Visually, Reagan Esther Myer is more dated than it is futuristic. A mutant offspring of the colorful, pixelated heyday of 80s MTV, Kopycinski’s version of the future has a campy feel. It’s theatrical, distanced from reality, and lets us feel comfortable, in on a joke. Yet Kopycinski turns this campy style towards real social criticism, and in doing so, upends our expectations. She makes us wonder: is the joke on us? With a caricature of capitalism in the White House, can we dismiss the camp aesthetic without closing off a valid form of critique? In our world, as in Reagan’s, isn’t the exaggerated and theatrical, in some ways, the most real?
— Sound of Boston

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June 20, 2019 - Reagan Esther Myer Album Review on Sound of Boston

June 24, 2019 - “ThotBots and Glitch Tests” from Dig Boston

June 26, 2019 - “'Is Your Thotbot Glitched?' You Might Already Be In Rebecca Kopycinski's Dystopian Extravaganza” from WBUR ARTery